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2000 AD Prog 1384

2000 AD Prog 1384

Released 7th Apr 2004

Episodes include:

Rogue Trooper » Realpolitik (part 5)

Nu Earth, a planet ravaged by war, it's atmosphere poisoned by chemical weapons. It is the backdrop for the global conflict between the Southers and the Norts - and the quest of ROGUE TROOPER, a genetically engineered clone soldier. Together with his biochip buddies Helm, Gunnar and Bagman, Rogue has cut loose from Milli-Com and vowed to hunt down the Traitor General responsible for the death of his comrades. Dying from terminal cellular decay, Rogue has been captured by the enemy...

Judge Dredd » Gulag (part 3)

Mega-City One, 2126 - a vast metropolis on the eastern seaboard of post-apocalyptic North America, where crime spirals out of control. This urban nightmare is home to 400 million citizens - every one a potential criminal - and with unemployment endemic and boredom universal, tensions run a constant knife-edge. Only the Judges can prevent total anarchy - empowered to dispense instant justice, these future lawman are judge, jury and executioner. Toughest of them all is Judge Dredd - he is the Law!

Durham Red » The Empty Suns Book II (part 3)

Awakening after 1,200 years in suspended animation, mutant vampire DURHAM RED found herself worshipped by mutants as Saint Scarlet. Refusing to lead them in a holy war against mankind, Red - together with her lover Godolkin - instead freed the powerful Offspring from its prison with the intention of wiping out both sides forever. But the Offspring betrayed her and released a pathogen to exterminate humanity. Now, Red, brought back from the edge of sanity, is determined to destroy the Offspring...

Sinister Dexter » Job Jobbed (part 2)

The swollen city of Downlode lies sprawled across the heart of future Europe like a hit-and-run victim. Here, life is cheap and money can buy you anything - so if you want somebody whacked, you can't buy better bullet-monkeys than Finnigan SINISTER and Ramone DEXTER. The city's primo hitmen, they claim they only kill fellow members of the underworld, but when a gun-shark smells blood he's as dangerous as his namesake - you name it, they maim it. Now, they've taken apprentice gun-shark Kal Cutter under their wing...

Bec & Kawl » Toothache (part 2)

Sharing a flat in the less-than-salubrious Swineboil Apartments, BECCY Miller and Jarrod KAWL are students at the local art college. She's a goth-chick aspiring artist with a death obsession, he's a movie geek film student, who believes he's a member of the undead. Magnets for every demonic manifestation and ectoplasmic event, they could be our last hope against the horrors of beyond - if only they could get off their arses... Now, a face from their past is about to request their help on a mission of mercy...

Shaun of the Dead » There's Something About Mary (part 1)

Welcome, Terrans, to a very special prog, stuffed to the gills with six scrotnig stories. Yes, you heard that right - this issue is veritably bursting to the seams with ghafflebette goodness! Alongside the high-octane action of Judge Dredd, the political skulduggery of Rogue Trooper, the bullet-dodging blastfest that is Sinister Dexter, the galaxy-destroying carnage of Durnham Red and the faerie-battling tomfoolery of Bec & Kawl, I am proud to announce an additional Thrill to this week's circuit-frying line-up. To mark the release at cinemas nationwide on 9 April 2004 of British zombie romantic comedy (or 'romzomcom', for the initiated) Shaun of the Dead, its screenwriters Simon Pegg and Edgar Wright - who also star and direct respectively - have scripted an exclusive five-page story, especially for this pulse-pounding publication! Illustrated by horrormeister Frazer Irving, There's Something About Mary is not an adaptation of a section of the plot (so you don't have to worry about spoilers) but is instead an introduction to a minor character that weaves itself into the movie's existing narrative. If you've yet to hear about what promises to be one of the year's most purely entertaining films, Shaun of the Dead is an everyday tale of life, love and the living dead, focusing on a group of friends who encounter a literal weekend from hell as their lives, loves and personal squabbles are upstaged by a full-scale invasion of the living dead. For more information, go to the movie's zarjaz website www.uip.co.uk/romzom (Flash required) for all sorts of ghoul-related fun! This is of course not 2000 AD's first association with Earthlet Pegg - fans of the sitcom Spaced will have no doubt spotted the action figures, posters and numerous copies of the Galaxy's Greatest in several episodes, and he has since gone on to lend his vocal talents to Johnny Alpha's Big Finish audio adventures. So it is with great pleasure that I welcome the Pegg and Wright droids to their debut within these hallowed pages, and hope they will drop by the Nerve Centre again in future... In the meantime, the dead walk! Have you got the guts for it? SPLUNDIG VUR THRIGG!

Droid Life » Strike!! (part 1)

Comical tales from the Nerve Centre sub-basement as Tharg's minions put together the Galaxy's Greatest Comic.

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